Students' Projects

Forschungsprojekte für Studierende

Wir bieten Projekte für Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten in den Bereichen:

  • Advanced Transmit Diversity Techniques for Multi-Antenna Communications
  • Robust Adaptive Minimum Variance Beamforming
  • Advanced Sensor Array Processing in Partly Calibrated Arrays
  • Robust Multi-Access Receiver Techniques for MIMO Communications
  • Sensor Array Processing for Uncertain Environments
  • Downlink Beamforming for Cellular Mobile Radio Systems
  • Robust Multi-User Detection with Applications to CDMA Communication Systems
  • Channel and Carrier Offset Estimation in Space-Time Coded MIMO Systems
  • Optimization of Linear Block Precoding Algorithms for OFDM Communications
  • Blind Signal Processing Based on Multi-Way Analysis
  • Adaptive OFDM Techniques with Limited Channel Feedback
  • Robust Signal Estimation Using Convex Optimization

Aktuelle Projekte


„Investigation of Parameter Estimation Bias in Sparse Signal Reicovery“


Oscar D. Ramos-Cantor „Towards 5G Networks: Scheduling in Massive MIMO“

Florian Bahlke „Green Traffic Offloading in 5G HetNets“

Fabio Nikolay „Learning Directed-Acyclic Graphs from Noisy Knockout Experiments“

Ganapati Hegde „Design of Efficient and Low-Complexity Detectors for Massive MIMO with Higher Order Modulation Schemes“

Wassim Suleiman „Data Fusing of Inertial Measurement Unit for Pedestrian Trecking“

Dima Taleb „General rank beamforming for multi-group multicasting networking using higher order OSTBC“

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